View Poll Results: Is Theresa May is out of her depth?

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  • She doesn't know what she is doing

    426 70.76%
  • She knows exactly what she is doing

    176 29.24%
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    It is possible. Corbyn and McDonnell would be far worse.

    There isn't a single person I would trust to be Prime Minister at the moment.
    Explain how, without using any of the bingo words provided to you, by the right wing press.

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      Has Boris resigned to spend more time liens in front of bulldozers?
      You be glad you be Sussex born!
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      I am now hoping for the slippery Fox to quit too, that would really make my day.
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      It is possible. Corbyn and McDonnell would be far worse.

      There isn't a single person I would trust to be Prime Minister at the moment.
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      Quote Originally Posted by ozzygull View Post
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      Explain how, without using any of the bingo words provided to you, by the right wing press.
      Given that this mess is entirely Brexit driven, this question can only be answered by knowing where Labour stand in this debate. Personally I haven't got a clue and they are clearly just as split as the Tories but managing to stay largely under the radar because they are not in government. Some sensible and genuine leadership by JC re Brexit is desperately needed but no sign so far. So really no better or worse than May.
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      There isn't a single person I would trust to be Prime Minister at the moment.
      National reality TV competition.

      The Bex Factor.

      Members of the public have to convince a star panel that they do actually understand Brexit.

      When they soon realise that no one understands it, they parachute in Olly Murs who will act as PM or Prime Minismurs.
      The Bernie Taupin of the Football Chant world

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      Not the sharpest tool in the draw are you?
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      The checkers white paper does not seem too bad, May seemed to defend it well in the commons with minimal backlash, it puts the EU in a position were they cannot demand too much with the threat of a no deal which also appeases the Tory hardliners
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      It is possible. Corbyn and McDonnell would be far worse.

      There isn't a single person I would trust to be Prime Minister at the moment.
      Out of principal I would never vote for a terrorist sympathiser
      I surrender all control
      To the desire that consumes me whole
      Leads me by the hand to infinity
      Lies in wait at the heart of me - the Albion of course !
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      Quote Originally Posted by mejonaNO12 aka riskit View Post
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      I have literally switched off from all brexit news and discussion because I didn't really understand it. I didn't understand it when I voted either.

      I'm assuming, with the thousands of hours of discussions, everyone understands it now?

      It would be awful if we still didn't have a clue what we were doing 2 years after voting for something. Especially after such a clear and detailed campaign.
      Are you a remainer or a Brexiteer? Whichever way I hope you didn't vote.
      If you choose not to decide you still have made a choice......
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      Out of principal I would never vote for a terrorist sympathiser
      Corbyn is a passivist, quite the opposite of a terrorist sypathiser, and unless you live in his constituency you won't get the opportunity to vote for him.
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      Are people taking stupidity pills on here today or something